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1. Folk-art toys and other vintage pieces fill a corner off the kitchen. 2. Eco-friendly elements of the property include natural stone pathways and low-impact outdoor lighting. 3. Guests are welcomed by a chalkboard wall in the entryway. 4. A collection of Audubon plates above a demilune side table is a decorative focal point in the dining room. 5. With large windows on three sides, the master bedroom has the feel of a tree house, a sanctuary from which to survey the landscape. 6. A gazebo known as the Teahouse has become a popular gathering place for afternoon drinks and conversation.
Architect: Jim Hippler, Exquisite Homes, Berrien Springs, Mich., 269-471-5625, ehmichigan.com.
Photography: James Yochum
Styling: Gisela Rose